Undertook a 1230 km trip from Amsterdam to Oxford (+ daily local trips) last 10 days with the better half, 4 yr old and a 1 yr old in our 85KW dual charger Tesla S. These were the charging experiences: Summary: Charging inside Stena Line Ferry: Charging at Ecotricity Electric Highway: Charging at Chargemaster point: I had to resort to the Chargemaster point since both the Ecotricity AC points near the host's house were offline. In addition I also did a couple of UMC charge at the house of the host, manually limited to 10A, getting around 10 km/hr charge rate. Overall the experience was OK except for: 1. The Ecotricity card takes more than 14 days to arrive at non-UK address (still waiting for the one I ordered) 2. Two offline Ecotricity points near base. 3. Pain in getting the Chargemaster card, even after the card was paid with credit card as well as "sponsored" by employer (Tesla S is a company lease car). Initially chargemaster said "call us 24 hr and we will manually open the port". This worked during office hours but outside office hours, the call went directly yo voice mail! Finally after much conversation, got a card for use in last couple of days. 4. Pain of having to obtain so many cards. At the end of it, I had Source London (used at Ecotricity to test working), Ecotricity and Chargemaster cards on me. Had several Tesla moments in UK, usually at the service points and a lot of curious look-backs from passing vehicles Special thanks to fellow TMC member widoh for loaning the Ecotricity card, without which I would have been in big sh*t !